Category Archives: awards

When I first joined The Societies I was determined to enter as many rounds of the annual print competition as I could. Why? Because entering the reputable industry competitions can be an invaluable aid to improvement. After all, it’s an opportunity to measure your output against that of many established and well-known professionals from around […]

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I used to enter The Societies print competition regularly, but in the last year I’ve barely found time to enter at all. There are numerous categories ranging from environmental portraiture, to landscape, fine art, macro and several others. I was pleased to see the introduction of a new category this year – the documentary category. […]

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BIPP Awards 2013 | Fine Art Portrait Photography West Sussex I have always maintained that entering the better-known industry competitions and submitting a body of work for qualification and accreditation is one of the very best ways to improve. The process will force you to scrutinise every aspect of the image making process, in the […]

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I’m absolutely delighted to announce that for the second year running I have been nominated for the title of BIPP South East Region Photographer of the Year. In fact I have two nominations for the title (as I did last year) in the Portraiture and Nature categories. Last year I was very pleased indeed to […]

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Fellowship of The Societies Just a couple of weeks ago I was writing a slightly emotional blog post detailing a significant achievement and something of a milestone – a Fellowship in portraiture with the BIPP (British Institute of Professional Photography). There are four institutions which can award the recognised photographic distinctions of Licentiate, Associate, and […]

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For further discussion on the various qualifications please head to our animal photography area: The Qualifying Bodies  

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